Complete vehicle registration information and expiry date. VIN number, engine size, transmission information and more.
If money is still owing on a vehicle when you buy it, that debt becomes yours. If not repaid, the bank can repossess the vehicle.
Government data, commercial & consumer information, and similar sales are combined instantly into an easy-to-read report.
A VIN Check helps you to decide if a used vehicle is has potential issues. It provides peace-of-mind that the seller is not hiding important information.
A Personal Property Securities Register Certificate (included) protects you in case someone has taken out a loan on vehicle you are purchasing. Otherwise, it can be repossessed.
Often, sellers will not reveal that a vehicle has been damaged. A vehicle that is written-off for being in a collision, flood or fire or for having parts dismantled and replaced should be considered more carefully before buying.
You can't always trust private sellers and dealers when buying a used car. There could be unforseen issues such as odometer tampering or engine replacement. Checking the registration number or VIN can help prevent future, costly problems.